June 22, 1998 Design News
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fuel cells power an automotive revolution?
Advances in materials, electronics, and other technologies
could push the fuel cell past the battery as the likely
source of power for electric cars. By Mark Allan Gottschalk
Productivity Kit: CAD/CAM/CAE
CAD/CAM/CAE products, applications, and problem solving.
By Laurie Peach
tools enable up-front analysis
Advanced analytical technologies allow engineers to
evaluate all their options before investing large amounts
of time and money. By Celso Barcelos and Olimpio
DeMarco, The MacNeal-Schwendler Corp.
for the Global Marketplace
A special roundtable discussion sponsored by Design
News and the Square D Company. By Karen Auguston Field
ultimate human powered radio
Hand-wound spring transforms human energy into electricity.
By John M. Lewis
ensure proper clamp operation
Attaching the sensor to the clamping arm shaft, instead
of the cylinder, improves performance. By Charles J.
Reverse engineering takes giant leap forward
Lockheed Marting advances JSF, F-2
Polypropylene propels in-line skate redesign
Chrysler unveils 1999 luxury line
Baldor jumps into linear motor fray
Position sensors pace injection molding
Headlamp technology challenges auto designs
Industrial cleaning turns to lasers
Nomad roves to new PC design frontiers
Online information service ends waiting game
Chip safeguards 'pay-per-view" DVD discs
Digital factory ready for production
Visio releases IntelliCAD '98
Army approves Crusader design
Oh me, oh my -- OROM!
Stepper stabilizer, no spill gas can, TC-clamp,
Late developments that shape engineering
Technical news from the nation's capital
How to get ideas instantly. By Paul E.
Associate Editor Rick DeMeis reviews noteworthy
developments in switches and relays
Expect the worst?
In motion control, mechanical must match performance
HP Kayak PC workstations target range of users
Test, measurement and control
Turbo CAD Modeler 2.0
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